Introducing Holidays to Tirrenia
The vibrant little seaside town of Tirrenia, just a 20-minute drive from Pisa in Tuscany, has long been a favourite with holidaymakers for its stunning scenery and traditional charm. Its long stretches of sandy beach are set against a backdrop of shady pine forests, and it also serves up everything from golf courses to theme parks and endless attractions. It’s particularly popular with families and couples, and kids can while away their holiday at retro-themed funfairs complete with dodgems and arcades. Meanwhile, those who want to find themselves immersed in the heart of nature can ramble through the Migliarino San Rossore nature reserve, set just back from the beaches.
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Your guide to Tirrenia holidays
Lively little Tirrenia is a seaside resort on the Tuscan coast, with long, gorgeous beaches and plenty of fun attractions for all the family. From funfairs to golf courses, nature reserves to water sports, this seaside town has got everything you need for a fantastic holiday in the sunshine. Plus loads of great bars, cafés and restaurants where you can enjoy some amazing Tuscan food. If you want to escape the crowds, head into the Migliarino San Rossore nature reserve which sits just behind the beach for some lovely walks through the pine trees and around the lake. And if you’re in the mood for some bright lights, gorgeous Pisa, with its famous leaning tower, is just 20 minutes away by car.
Tirrenia is one of a trio of seaside towns (the others are Marina di Pisa and Calambrone) that sit on a beautiful stretch of Tuscan coast. You’ll have a huge choice of beaches, whether you want to sit at one of the many private lidos with sun loungers and bar service or prefer to find a secluded corner on an unspoilt stretch of sand. There are a whole range of water sports available, including sailing, kayaking, fishing and paddle-boarding, and, if you want to escape the crowds, you can visit the beautiful dunes, a protected nature reserve.
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